How to Clear RAM on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max

To say that the iPhone 11 is faster than the competition would be an understatement. Apple’s 2019 iPhones are 20% faster than their forerunners thanks to the A13 Bionic technology. Competitors like the Galaxy Note 10 and OnePlus 7T Pro have been significantly outperformed by the new iPhones. The iPhone 11 Series gadgets, however, are not guaranteed to stop growing in the near future. And chances are good that the 4GB RAM will struggle to handle your heavy usage if you’re a power user who enjoys playing intense video games, binge-watching Netflix series for hours on end, or doing a lot of online browsing. In order to eliminate lag, you may need to free RAM on your iPhone 11, 11, Pro, and 11 Pro Max more frequently.

Clear RAM on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max

After days of arduous use, even if you are not a heavy user, your iPhone could seem sluggish. Additionally, flushing the RAM to remove all temporary data is the quickest way to restore the device’s peak performance if it looks to be operating slowly. You must first turn on AssistiveTouch on your device before you can reset the memory on an iPhone 11 Series device. You’ll then need to clear the RAM using the virtual Home button. Here’s how to do it!

Note:Since Apple’s newer iPhones lack a Home button, we are compelled to use AssistiveTouch’s substitute virtual home button in order to free up RAM. The trick is not simple, which is a drawback, but it works on all iPhones and iPads running the most recent iOS versions, including those that still have the recognisable Home button. (If you are using an older version of iOS, go to Settings > General > Accessibility to discover the AssistiveTouch option.)

1. On your iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, open the Settings app.

2. On the following page, select Touch from the PHYSICAL AND MOTOR area by tapping Accessibility.

3. Tap AssistiveTouch, and then toggle it on. Now, a tiny circled AssistiveTouch icon ought to appear on the screen.

4. To get back to the main Settings page, hit the back button three times at the top left of the screen. Next, select General, scroll down, and select Shut Down.

5. Tap the AssistiveTouch button on the slide-to-power-off screen. Touch the virtual home button in the menu and hold it there until the screen flashes. It only takes a couple of seconds. You’ll be taken back to your device’s Home screen after the screen flashes. That’s basically it!

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Reset RAM on iPhone 11 Series Devices with Ease

I can put up with a lot of annoyances, including WiFi disconnections when my iPhone is locked. But because a slow gadget tends to effect everyone, I can’t handle it. Fortunately, this approach frequently and consistently resets RAM and speeds up the iPhone. What do you think of this hack, and has it helped your iOS device run faster? Please provide feedback in the comments area.